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turnpike. we have three urban search and rescue teams with over 50 men and women who are in atlantic city right now rescuing people. >> by the way, we're waiting for an update from chris christie. we'll have that for you when it happens. this is seaside heights, another town along the jersey shore, where the wind and waves are still raging this morning. this is what people are waking up to on long island. water breaks the sea wall. look at these rocks everywhere. much of the damage was from high winds last night sft storm surge. fugate gave us his concern this morning. >> now with the blizzard in west virginia, our concern is primary life safety and then we'll start getting to the critical infrastructure and we'll have power outages and the list of things is enormous. first thing is keep people alive, keep people safe and rescue those in danger. >> you just heard craig fugate mention west virginia, this is the view there. more than a foot of snow has fallen and higher elevations are seeing two feet and blizzard warnings are in effect until tomorrow. >>> let's take a look at ground zero, n
here, new jersey can speak for the region and there's no need for you to come to new york city. what do you think that's about? >> well, i think that's about recovering from the storm. it is real difficult for any white house -- or any city that's been hit boy a storm to deal with a motorcade and a presidential -- a bunch of secret service vans all over the place. that gets in the way of recovery efforts. if there's a place he can go in new jersey to see the damage without getting in the way of the recovery, that's where president obama needs to go right now. it reminds me of the stated reason that george w. bush didn't land in new orleans right after hurricane katrina. he didn't want to get in the way of some of the cleanup. of course that disaster response didn't go as well as it looks like president obama is handling the response happening this time. but there is the danger dealing with secret service logistics at a time when regular logistics, just living every day life, becomes incredibly hard. >> i think it's worth pointing out certainly the obama campaign probably didn't imagine
it's simple. you get an i.d. a lot of people who don't drive in the inner city don't need driver's licensees. the hoops you have to go through are a real barrier to vote in. this is an important decision. i'm hoping you see decisions like this in other states. >> let me wrap up the other conversation we were having. i know you wanted to jump in on what you heard from congressman price. >> first of all, congressman said it was the 47% video was something that was done at a fund-raiser in the debate will be an opportunity to talk unfiltered. i don't know why anyone should not assume remarks he didn't know were being recorded to a group of donors were completely unfiltered. exactly what mitt romney was thinking. when congressman price said the democrats are running a divide and conquer campaign, if you tell a bunch of donors, you're not worried about 47%. that is divide and conquer. the final point is the passage you read from david brooks is what i'm talking about. mitt romney did not have a successful business career because he's an idiot or empty suit. he's got real strengths. he
-- if she wanted to stand up for herself and for her right to vote, she had to go to this city election board and be there at 8:30 in the morning on a monday morning. and explain herself. and so she did go down there, and she took them on and she won because it turned out that this letter had been sent by people, some citizens group that misread information and they claimed that she was living in a vacant lot along with her seven family members who were adult voters also. she's got an aunt, she's got grown kids and a husband. and it turned out it was -- they were wrong. and they apologized, but by then, you know, she'd had to take her family down and defend her own right to vote and she was really mad. i talked to her about it. and, you know, she felt it was a form of intimidation and wondered what would have happened if she hadn't been able to show up there in the middle of, you know, first thing in the morning on a weekday. so, there's a lot of confusion out there. there are citizens groups popping up that are challenging people's voter registration -- >> let me ask you about the -- y
. widespread outages over long island and all of new jersey. new york city has gusted to 55 miles per hour. now we're at 45. we'll continue to see those increasing throughout the afternoon. even on the backside of this storm down through the chesapeake, it still has flooding problems around virginia beach and norfolk and through the chesapeake as we go through high tide cycle. the next high tide cycle is later on this evening. that will be the one where we could possibly see historic damage and the new york city subways flood and areas of laguardia could see flooding. up and down the jersey coast, i'm concerned with barrier islands and finally chris you can see on the radar it's no day in the park from baltimore to d.c. you may not get the high winds but you get 6 to 12 inches of rain and flooding problems of your own. i didn't mention friends in west virginia dealing with a blizzard, and they'll end up with two feet of snow. if you're anywhere near this storm, you can't win. >> bill karins, thank you very much. i know we'll have updates throughout the day on msnbc. let me bring in dave wiigle
the stakes are. i think in two cities yesterday in ohio with president clinton and one with bruce springsteen, you can really feel it. they both really have the same message, which is this is about 100% of america and not 1% or the 47% and they made a compelling case in a different way that the president was there for you. it's now time for you to be there for him. >> joe, so great to have you here. come back if you have time before the election. has there ever been a politician to loved being a politician more than bill clinton? >> the answer to that is no. >> thank you very much. let me bring karen and ron back in. as long as we talk about fun things that are going on like bruce springsteen, i want to go back to the alfred e. smith dinner last night and watch a little more if we can. >> everyone please take your seats otherwise clint eastwood will yell at them. >> i was actually hoping the president would bring joe biden along this evening because he'll laugh at anything. >> win or lose, this is my last political campaign so i'm trying to drink it all in. unfortunately mayor bloomberg will
might determine how much money you make according to 24/7 wall street. they rank the richest cities in america saying that the industry in each city determines the income. trenton, new jersey. four, oxnard and thousand oaks, california. next, stamford, connecticut. at two, san jose and santa clara, california. enough said about that. richest city is our nation's capital, the washington metro area. i have a cold, and i took nyquil, but i'm still stubbed up. [ male announcer ] truth is, nyquil doesn't unstuff your nose. what? [ male announcer ] alka-seltzer plus liquid gels speeds relief to your worst cold symptoms plus has a decongestant for your stuffy nose. thanks. that's the cold truth! with a vial and syringe. me, explaining what i was doing at breakfast. and me discovering novolog mix 70/30 flexpen. flexpen is pre-filled with your pre-mix insulin. dial the exact dose. inject by pushing a button. no vials, syringes or coolers to carry. flexpen is insulin delivery my way. novolog mix 70/30 is an insulin used to control high blood sugar in adults with diabetes. do not inject if you
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from the inner city, there's no question that joe biden has that connection and touch, but also, with all due respect, having worked with ryan as a staffer in the new york state senate and also a congressman, paul ryan has that touch, but connects with the average farmer or person out there that lives in the suburbs, sort of two very different audiences there. the question becomes, and i agree with chris to a certain degree here, is whether or not paul ryan can follow up with a very good follow-up question and/or when vice president biden asks a follow-up question on the statistics, if paul can humanize those facts -- excuse me, congressman ryan can humanize those facts and statistics. that's where i think paul ryan needs to do a better job come this debate. >> robert traynham, chris kofinis, thank you very much. we'll see who's right on that one. >>> and just ahead, why todd akin is suddenly popular in states where he's not on the ticket. nyquil doesn't unstuff your nose. what? [ male announcer ] alka-seltzer plus liquid gels speeds relief to your worst cold symptoms plus has a
are the elections you voted in. it had -- you voted in the gubernatorial primary, did not vote in if city council election, you did vote in the presidential election. here are vote histories for other people on your block. it had people who live near you. and then there came a threat. another election coming up. afterwards we will send everybody an updated set. this increased turnout among people received it by 20%. it also got the guy that sent death threats. both of those facts sort of convinced people this idea of social pressure, behavioral psychologists call it, was potent in politics. that -- citizens want to fit in with when they see their neighbors doing and want to live up to see as sort of standards of responsible citizenship. and using some version of the social pressure is -- going to be widespread in november. >> yes. peer pressure seems to never go away. i also want to ask you about young voters. i spent a lot of time on campaign trails, college campuses. we have seen rock the vote which has been out there for many, many presidential campaigns now. but traditionally, young voters ar
. >>> president franklin d. roosevelt is being honored in new york city right now with a dedication ceremony right now. it's the only memorial dedicated to roosevelt in new york. it celebrates the four freedom he outlined in 1941. freedom of speech and expression, freedom of worship, freedom from want, and freedom from fear. president clinton, mayor michael bloomberg, and tom brokaw are there. >>> a mini announcement from apple. cnbc is here with it. what does apple have up the sleeve now? >> they're confirming what everybody has been waiting for which is the unveiling of the new ipad mini. lots of speculation, but apple did send out an e-mail invite to an event next tuesday. the invitation was cryptic, if you like. which is typical for apple. it says quote, we've got a little more to show you, end quote. a lot of analysts are keying in on the word little here. as you can imagine, they're certain it means a new ipad tablet with a notably smaller screen. a screen has been 7.85 inches for a new mini. the screen on the standard ipad is 9.7 inches diagonally. >> well, microsoft has an announcement as
and come into a city that's completely divided and gridlocked. i really wonder about not just a political value of what they're doing but just the real world value. >> what about the political value of what they're doing? obviously, those are the calculations that are being made right now. >> i think they're making a mistaking? >> i think so far so good. they've been able to get away with it so far throughout these long summer smonts, both men have been campaigning. this is a billion dollar campaign on both sides. they've been able to get away with these vagaries even as you hear people say they want more details. they will go to the polls, cast ballots for any of these -- for either of these men. i do think ron fournier is right. there was a point in this campaign, you remember not so long ago when paul ryan said this is going to be a campaign fought along big idealogicals. you'll see him today in ohio giving a speech about poverty but a lot of these speeches and brochures that obama has laid out today about his plan are really just repackaged vagaries that we already know about. but i t
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